Wellsville police reports
Paul Boley, Commerce Street, reported a white male wearing all black clothing and a black toboggan was trying to climb into the downstairs.
Tiffany Ordich, no age or address listed, contacted village police Feb. 2 to report a Jan. 4 custody incident, saying her child’s father has not had custody nor had the child at his residence in Wellsville since 2016. When she filed for a revision of child support, the child’s father became upset and sent his girlfriend to Ordich’s home to pick up the child to take him to his home. When Ordich went to pick up the child, she reported, the child’s father placed his hand on her chest, pushed her and screamed at her to get off his property. Officers had responded that day and found Ordich standing on the sidewalk, calmed down both parties, after which Ordich left without the child, with her mother picking up the child the next Sunday. Ordich reported she has since received text messages and blocked phone calls from the father’s family. She obtained a protection order Feb. 1.
Officers responded to a minor accident in the Save-A-Lot parking lot where Edmund Hallstead, Salineville, said he was backing from a parking spot and backed into a vehicle owned by Sherrie Rudder, which was being driven by Norman Rudder, Aten Avenue. Rudder’s vehicle had a busted driver’s side headlight and scratches on the front bumper cover and driver’s side fender. Hallstead’s vehicle had a small dent on the rear bumper. No citations were reported.
Responding to reports of a vehicle on its roof in a ditch on state Route 7, officers found Charlene Jenkins sitting outside her van. She said she was northbound in the passing lane when she lost control of the vehicle, striking the concrete center barrier, over-correcting to the right and going off the road. Jenkins suffered minor scratches to her face and was transported by Saline Township ambulance to the hospital in Steubenville. Her vehicle was towed by T&T Towing.
Christopher Austin, Lisbon Street, reported someone stopped and slashed his front driver’s side tire. He did not see a vehicle but saw a man in a white shirt. Officers checked the area but did not find anyone.